OIKOS UNIVERSITY SHOOTING SUMMARY
On April 2nd, 2012, One Goh, a former student of Oikos University, opened fire on his former classmates, killing seven people and wounding three others. Goh had dropped out from Oikos the previous fall and returned to school in search of a female administrator but opened fire on students when they refused to cooperate. He was arrested by authorities’ hours after the shooting. Prior to his sentencing in July 2017, he had been considered mentally incompetent for five years; a court-ordered psychologist had diagnosed him with paranoid schizophrenia. Additionally, the psychologist’s mental health status report found that Goh did not think rationally and suffered from delusions in which he frequently saw faces and heard voices.